Seamless Digital Camo Stock Image

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Description: An image of a digital camouflage pattern. This is the new one adopted by the US Army. It’s seamless, when tiled.

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Digital Camo Stock Image
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  • Lauralee


  • TAS

    This is terrific! As a Mom to a service member in the U.S. Army, I am always looking for military related digital product for use in a memory book I am making for him. He was deployed to Afghanistan and sent me tons of photos to use for the project. Thank you so much for your exceptional designs and making them available to us less-talented!

  • Joey

    I salute your seamless digital camo stock image. Very nicely done. :)

  • Edna B

    This is great. thank you so much. I enjoy all your beautiful creations.

  • Jomama

    Stephanie, this is really great! I have just recently started some old scrapbook pages of my uncle’s while in the army in Korea. Thanks!!!!!! Your the best!

  • ryan

    i’ve seen this picture on google. except its the original and is bigger

  • Stephanie

    @ryan: You didn’t see this on Google, because I took it from my husband’s uniform. :) And this is seamless, so it’ll repeat over and over infinitely. So technically, mine’s bigger, too! ;)

  • laica

    u now ill be a science kid oooooohhhhhh!! very interesting the body the rocks the human and the parts

  • Gigi

    Wow this is really nice :D I’ve been looking awhile for something like this so thank you very much! I just love camouflage for some reason, I can probably “blame” my brother for that. XD

    I just had one quick question, will something like this ever be made into a Pattern? It seems like a neat idea and I haven’t found any Camo Patterns for Photoshop yet.

    Thanks and I love your stuff, keep up the good work! :D

    • Stephanie

      I wasn’t planning on it, since it’s just a single image – but you can make it into a pattern simply enough. Just open it and then Choose Edit > Define Pattern, and voila! It should show up under your currently loaded patterns that way. You could make a new pattern set and save it, as well, if you wanted. Otherwise, you would have to make it into a pattern any time you changed your currently loaded patterns.

      • Gigi

        Thank you! I always wondered how to make Patterns, I’ll be sure to do that and credit you if I ever use this. :D

  • Jim

    Sweet, thanks. used for homework assignment.

  • Laura

    Been looking for camo for a digital scrapbook page. This is great! Thanks!